Lung ultrasonography in acute illness

Introduction

Lung ultrasonography is becoming an important tool in diagnosis and management of critically ill patients, in ICU, ER OR and in regular wards since long time.
Evidence is increasing to support LUS as an alternative to well-known and settled golden rule modality, CT chest, and it is far away better than chest Rontegraphy (CXR) as per evidence and bed side clinical practice .it is easy to learn , bed side , portable machine with no need to move to radiology suite and without risk of radiation exposure.

Course Date: 29 November,2,3,6,8 December

Objectives

• Convince you with evidence how important LUS is
• Teach you everything you need to learn how to do and interpret the exam
• How to implement this study in your daily work with acute illness

Main theme

• This is a unique course, for the first time to be totally on line
• 18 Lectures with power points
• We will use Zoom meetings with a specialized company in IT
• Videos of life real cases of different pathologies, we see every day in ICU
• Videos of how we do different exams
• Interactive sessions with Q &A
• Two times per week, 2 hours each, 30 minutes each presentation, 3 presentations and 30 minutes at the end for discussion and asking question
• There will be small group discussion

Target Audience:
• It will be suitable for every interested health care worker, RT, and nurses
• Physicians: Intensivist, Anesthesiologists, ER , IM and surgeons

This Course For :

All Healthcare Providers

Price

Course Fee

Full Course

345 SR
VAT Included
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Contact Information

Organization : Virtual Medical Academy
Phone : 920008161
Email : info@medicalacademy.org

345 SR
    VAT Included


  • 29 Nov 2020    To    08 Dec 2020
  • 07:00 PM  To  09:00 PM
  • Certificate Available
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